Protected from itself

Protected from itself. Outlook 10/XP/2002 (it seems to be called all of these things in various places by Microsoft) has a new security feature, no doubt aimed to reduce the spread of self-forwarding email viruses, that warns you if a program or script is trying to access your address book. This is probably good, given the tendency of users to . The only problem is, the beta version I'm running seems to have a bug that causes this warning even if the program trying to access the address book is Outlook itself. Thus, I get this dialog box every time I click on any email, and there seems to be no way to turn it off. We can't complain about these things in beta software, of course, but it's rather odd.